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the cleveland clinic f for a ship. >> we are very excited about our relationship with them. it started severeral years ago whwhen we came together with a dstar institute for innovation and the cleveland clinic institute. no matter our size, no matter how proud we are, we have e to as a leader have no approaches to health care. in the hrt space medst washington hospitacenter has been the clear l leader for many years. the regional leader -- with the clinic -- cleveland clinic heart and vascular, the national leader for 17 and 18 y years, we bring strength d strurung together. focused on research, fifindingg the best new approhes to cardiac care, focused on linkingng eye doctors and thr doctctors toto think about howardiac car should be provided. from a business standpoint, demand of the cleveland c clinic has had national contacting activities. lowe's contract t to sell all of their employees to the cleveland clininic. this will bring medstar i into a national network. >> johns hopkins had done it with pepsi but the cleveland c clinic c has do it in a lot of differt areas. that w not part of the
. one of them involves our 22nd and 24 president, grover cleveland. now, there was a controversy because cleveland father did child of wedlock. the woman from pennsylvania and she might have been a prostitute . at the least she was very casual bell cleveland was a bachelor. running in the 1880's in the 1890's. fathering a child out of wedlock was seen as a big to do at the time. and there was such a big to do for other reasons. the republican opponents of cleveland very righteous preachers started a campaign that no woman in the country has seen. lock your doors. cleveland is prowling the streets debauching young women. an aggressive campaign attacking cleveland to missouri became a huge story because there would not let it go. one of the things that saved cleveland as it turns out that is why miraculously gave birth six months later. all this combination was being heaped on to cleveland and the one thing we dislike more than a politician that makes a mistake is a hypocritical politicians. it blew back on line and help cleveland. the other thing that made this a bit of a scandal was this
importantly about presidential character. many involve our 24th and important president, grover cleveland. he fathered a child out of wedlock. she might have been a prostitute. cleveland was a bachelor. fathering a child seem like the thing to do at a time. a group of very righteous preachers started a campaign that no woman in the country would not pay attention here. it became a huge story because they wouldn't it would let it go. one of the things that faced him as it turned out that genes likely had more affairs than cleveland and his wife gave birth about six months after they got married. so blame was keeping on this condemnation. one thing we dislike more than politicians is a hypocritical politician. the other thing is the republicans push these issues. there is a song, there's a little jingle, they would say mother, where's my father, pretending that they were little orphans. cleveland finally completed that song by saying gone to the white house, ha ha. grover cleveland, his best friend, well, cleveland was born in new jersey and spent most of his time with his friend who were law p
here involved. one of them involves our 22nd and our 24th president, grover cleveland. okay? now, when grover cleveland was a young man, there was a controversy because cleveland fathered a child out of wedlock. with a woman named maria hallpin from pennsylvania, and she might have been a prostitute. at the least, she was of very casual about her relationships. now, cleveland was a bachelor, and, of course, he's running in the 1880s and the 1890s so fathering a child out of wedlock was a big to do at the time. and it was such a big to do for other reasons. one was that the republican opponents of cleveland that were backing james g. blaine, the republican nominee, and a group of very righteous preachers started a campaign that no all in the country's safe. lock your doors. it's like dracula's here or something. cleveland's prowling the streets, debatching young women. really an agreasive campaign -- aggressive campaign. so it became a huge story because they wouldn't let it go. one of the things that saves cleveland is it turns out james g. blaine had more affairs than cleveland. so bl
the engine. liz claman is in cleveland where the first class of small business program, just graduated. liz: graduation in february. yes it is happening here at cuyahoga community college where goldman sachs picked this as one of 11 opportunities all across the nation to help small business can companies, they're not startups. these are already planted the seed. they have done a lot of heavy lifting. they need a little real world help. goldman sachs created an entire curriculum. today 36 graduates here in the cleveland area got their diplomas. more importantly they got the intellectual property, that knowledge, that only comes from people who have really had the experience. so coming up a fox business long-range sit-down interview with gary cohn, the president and chief operating officer of goldman sachs. a cleveland guy himself. he will be talking to us about what goldman really hopes to achieve here and it is pretty interesting. everyone,000 mile journey starts with one step. some of these companies with this goldman sachs idea have started hiring one, two, three, employees. you combine t
rhyme that they would do, and they would say ma, ma, where's my pa, pretending they were cleveland's orphaned love child. when cleveland finally wins the presidency, the democrats complete that little song by saying, ma, ma, where's my pa, going to the white house, ha, ha, ha. [laughter] sort of a democratic rejoinder. but what made it a scandal was this: grover cleveland's best friend and law partner was a guy named oscar folsom, and cleveland was born in new jersey and spent most of his career in buffalo, would become the mayor, governor of new york. but he was a very successful lawyer, and he and oscar folsom were law partners. and they practiced law together, they went out together, they would go out drinking and eating together, and it appears that they also enjoyed the services of maria together. so when maria gets pregnant, she has a son, and neither oscar folsom nor grover cleveland knew who the father was. and maria complicates things by naming the child oscar clear lambed. now, oscar folsom had been married and had a daughter. cleveland was a bachelor, so cleveland kind o
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they are asking. this week, to cleveland we go. michelle anderson is a real estate age went progressive urban real estate in cleveland. michelle, welcome. tell me a little bit about the cleveland market. 3600 properties sold, how brisk or slow is it these days? >> the market in cleveland is picking up. things are looking better than a few years ago. we have active buyers in the market. sellers with good property priced right. they should be very happy with this market. should find a buyer within four to six months. >> average price is about $171,000 there. why don't you take us to the first home on your list this week. and it is a bargain price, sort after starter home, in the 139 or $140,000 area. >> right. 5004 bridge avenue listed by jeremy olves. nice two bedroom, two bath home. this house was completely renovated. gutted to the studs. and everything is new. they were careful to retain some of the nicer features like crown molding and hardwood floors. >> the taxes, is that really in the city of cleveland, this house? >> this is in the city of cleveland, a great location, within walking distanc
to indianapolis. later they were able to recapture their own football franchise at the expense of the cleveland browns but it was done the right way. the team that was the cleveland browns moved to baltimore and became the ravens. we can credit baltimore for the renaissance of inner-city stadiums with the building first of camden yards, the first of the new, old-style baseball stadiums located not in suburban parks but in the middle of cities and we are the beneficiaries of the vision because subsequent to that a lot of other parks were built in the middle of cities and most noticeably for us at&t park, wonderful asset for us. they also built a new football stadium a few hundred yards or maybe 1000 yards or so away from camden yard at the end of train yards a great benefit for the city of baltimore. i commend them for their vision in this issue and i'm happy for them even though i am very sad for us having lost the game. i have to acknowledge some of the leadership and some good choices that were made fast that set the tone for stadiums being within the middle of cities. >>: commissioner moor
of the franchise, the legendary nfl owner that brought the team from cleveland to baltimore. although there are some in cleveland who still have hard feelings against him, he had a heart of gold. he loves the game, did a lot for the nfl, and he is a certain hall of famer. art modell passed away in september. he was 87. >> he had great humor and insight. he could make you laugh at the most difficult times. he would help get you in the right direction, and always with a smile. he was a joy to be around. >> art modell was an incredible human being, leaving an indelible mark in the hearts of every reason. he is a motivating factor, remembered in the super bowl. >> wanty more coverage? we have plenty, to net 8:00, "ravens road to new orleans." tim brant will give more coverage from the crescent city. shifting to hockey, the capitals are in a bit of a free-fall trying to find their identity. alex ovechkin is trying to rediscover his own. the capitals are 1-5-1 now, not too great. last night, they had the lead in toronto. alex ovechkin, his second goal of the season, but he needs to be more
when cleveland finally wins the presidency, the democrats tweaked that little song by saying ma ma, where is my pop? gone to the white house ha ha half. what may be discounted was this. grover cleveland's best friend and law partner was a guy named oscar. cleveland was born in new jersey and spent most of his career in buffalo, had become the mayor, governor of new york but he was a pretty successful lawyer. he and austin were law partners. they practiced law together. they went out to get. they would go out drinking and eating together, and it appears that they also enjoyed the services of maria together. so when maria gets pregnant, she has a son, and neither oscar nor grover cleveland knew who the father was. maria complicates things by naming the child oscar cleveland. oscar fulsome had been married and had a daughter. cleveland was a bachelors of cleveland kind of accepted responsibility to pay for the child to go to an orphanage. but here's where the other part of the scandal comes in. oscar fulsome dies a few years later in a carriage accident writing, driving his carriage,
] >> good morning. i am halfway through my career. behind me are some statistics about cleveland schools. i hear that you cannot do would hear. we have 100% poverty in cleveland, 41,000 students. my 10th day of work in cleveland, a young man went into a high school and shot two teachers and shot himself. we decided we would never stop talking about this and we would address the humanware. how kids experience schools. the student was isolated. he did not connect. it is going beyond bullying. dr. dunkelblau talked to us about the airport experience. i got home 25 and half hours later and it doesn't always work for you. these slides will be posted for you. we will go through them quickly . they will be posted on the anti- bullying website. this is a public health model. this is something we often skip when we think about bullying. then we should think about treatment in the individual case. most of us spend most of our time at the top of the pyramid. we should think of education as a matter of public health. there are some keys we to think about. building a climate for change in our schools. y
is on assignment in cleveland where goldman sachs held its first graduation ceremony for entrepreneurs. fascinating stuff. you will hear about it in a few minutes. but first, to these markets, stocks are down, but trading at their best levels overall since november of 2007. the dow down almost 35 points as you can see on your screen. s&p losing ground as well, down a fraction. and the nasdaq down more than 7 points. we're going to watch it for you in the last hour of trading. there are some individual names we're looking at right now. these are some names that are hitting new highs. linkedin hitting a new high today following last week's fourth quarter numbers, up 4%. google is actually lower, down 3/4 of a percent. eric schmidt laid out his plans to sell half his stake in the internet giant. let's take a look at amazon, down 4.95. though it did announce a streaming deal with cbs, but investors not impressed, that stock at $257 per share. let's get to our floor show. we have traders standing by for you at the new york stock exchange, cme group, and of course we have got folks over at the nymex. ben
remarried. grover cleveland remarried in office. >> was that the 21-year-old? >> yes, for instancis cleveland. >> howeled was he? >> he was around 50 at the time. >> was that a successfu marriage? it stunned the nation. it was a absolutely spectacular secret marriag house. he courted her. she was the daughter of -- >> what do you mean by ward? >> he was her legal guardia from the time that she was she was the daughter of a law partner of his and whe the man died he ended up adopting her as it was >> yes president at the time. she grew up and he did. but he carried out the romance secretly >> was she a loving wife? >> they were in love all th way through to his death >> he eventually died of -- was he ill during the presidency >> he was. hoo he had cancer and had to have part of his jaw removed. >> how was that undertaken? made for him to go to was set up on a yacht of a friend and he was secretl taken to this yacht. the public was never informed he had cancer or the operation had happene engineer all that? >> she did. conceal it >> was he disfigured? >> no. prosthetic jaw that funct
radar, detroit, just fine, light rain, cleveland, showers ending for you. trying to mix in right now, changing over to wet snow areas, be aware of that. snow coming down here in the very cold air, from milwaukee, just north of chicago. we'll watch that, rain further to the south, thunderstorms down from new orleans to mobile. it is cold, minus 41 right now is the wind chill in dakota, minus two in denver. a significant shot, very cold air in the winds, blowing into chicago, minneapolis, all the central plains, tomorrow, bundle up, rain showers today on and off from new england all the way down to georgia. >>> all right, thank you so much, bill. well, just ahead, a history lesson, making a change over 100 years later. >>> and details on a whopper of a hacking as burger king's twitter account gets hacked. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ shapiro ] at legalzoom, you can take care of virtually all your important legal matters in just minutes. protect your family... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. and launch your dreams. with tasty grilled fla
the day, this is all going to push into areas of northern ohio. so cleveland to pittsburgh for your evening rush home. you could have to deal with snow. later on tonight, the mountains of west virginia and central p.a. it's also cold back behind this clipper. windchills still well below zero much of minnesota. the rest of the forecast looks nice for your monday from the southeast to texas and everywhere else. enjoy it. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. so in areas like cincinnati, you'll see light snow late in the day today. more or less toward this evening hours if you're in pennsylvania or west virginia. again, this is one of the clipper lows, usually the snow is light and fluffy. it only produces at much an inch or two. maybe friday east coast could have a chance of a big storm. i'll have more details. >> i thought you were going to say sunshine, then you say storm. thanks. >> we haven't had any big ones for a long time. >> thanks. >>> fidel castro's first public appearance in years. bill clinton says hello to a friend.
-pointer with less than three seconds left to give san antonio a one-point lead over cleveland, but the cavs have one last chance, but kyrie irving's mark is off the mark. the spurts win, 96-95. >>> when we return, the hard truth about soft drinks. we'll tell you why the government is pushing to reduce the sweeteners in your soda. so ditch the brown bag for something better. like our bacon ranch quesadillas or big mouth burger bites, served with soup or sala over cleveland but the cavs have starting at just 6 bucks at chili's. if you don't feel good when you leave the bathroom, you've got the wrong toilet paper. you want it to get you clean... gently. as long as i use quilted northern ultra plush® i'm happy... and positive i'm clean. quilted northern ultra plush with the innerlux layer. for a comfortable, confident clean, or your money back. >>> well, here's a look a >>> well, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., atlanta, and st. louis, mostly sunny, all in the 50s, but atlanta gets up to 58 degrees. denver, afternoon snow, a high
franchise. >> i don't know how -- >> they were stolen from cleveland. cleveland's not been the same since. >> i will say -- i was just with some friends from cleveland and they still feel that very deeply. >> yes. an they should because, you know, did they make that vote on art no dell yet? keep him out of the hall of fame. >> how about that beyonce and the press conference? >> who needs espn? we have the game covered from every angle. who's hotter? which team doesn't belong in the nfl? the ads, the ad to watch for. gambling advice straight from a booking. next, the other news of the day. january jobs report. what does it tell us about the year to come? it's a super bowl "cycle" for super bowl weekend. [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles military families face, we understand. our financial advice is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. learn more with our free usaa
. rain after that. dry chilly days. >>> nice group of people from cleveland. what's your name? >> julie. >> mark. >> sue. >> thanks for coming down. nice and clean, just like cleveland. there you go. guys, back to you. cleveland, steve harvey. >> yes. >> al, thanks. >>> want to welcome michael dorsey as the latest contestant to get cut from the ranch on nbc's hit show ""the biggest loser." good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> you were the heaviest going into this. >> i was the big boy. i lost 91 on the ranch and so far i've lost over 125 pounds. >> unbelievable. >> i thought it was horrible that you got kicked off after -- your goal was to lose 11 pounds in a week and you lost 10. >> lost 10. >> 10 pounds is a lot of weight to lose. >> any other day, 10 pounds would be awesome but not in the biggest loser world. >> what are you doing at home to stay on track? >> keeping up the exercise, enjoying working out, which was not the case before. eating right. my wife is on me like a guard dog. taking care of things. and i got too many people who ir making sure i'm doing what i'm sup
contest, juss after she was raped. she traveled to the u.s. during a fund-raiser at the cleveland rick crisis center and describes what happened to her just weeks before she won miss world. >> and into the miss israel, a petition the last moment the prize was a trip to thailand and a new car. i came from a small town in a trip and a new car was a big deal. after a one this is real, i was said to milan, italy. after two weeks i felt out of place and i missed my family. the modelling agency put me in touch with an israeli agency in italy. i met with him and asked him to give me a flight home as soon as possible. he finally got me a nice flight from rome and was going to drive me there. he took a secluded road, telling me avoiding the freeway would save me the toll. it was the longest four hours of my life. sorry. rape is so isolating. because even if you tell people what happens, they are afraid to mention it so you are surrounded by -- >> linor abargil's story is told in the new story "brave miss world." i sat down with the film's director cecillia pack and started asking her, the daugh
derrota, esta noche se celebra un partido entre los lakers y los clevelands, su dueño de los los lakers está hospitalizado según un vocero de los lakers, quién declinó hablar del asunto por respeto a la familia, ha entrado y salido del hospital en los pasados dos años, ojalá se recupere pronto y lo mantendremos informados . >> igualmente, esta noche a las 11 en nuestra edición en vivo mostraremos una ley que permite enviar mensajes por comando de voz ,además si su hijo está listo para ir a la universidad le diremos qué tiene que hacer para solicitar ayuda financiera y entérese qué decisión se tomó en una junta . >> muchos se emperifollan para sus parejas en san valentín y las criaturitas celebraron (habla en inglés) . >> se trata de los pinguinos de la academia de ciencias de california que recibieron miles de cartas. >> para más fotos visite a dirección que aparece en pantalla, estamos hablando del vnivel de vida , gracias por acompañarnos, los dejamos con el noticiero univisión . en solo unas horas un asteriode del tamaño de un campo de futbol rozara la tierra >
pittsburgh and cleveland. it swept in pretty good last night. with cold air and the gusty winds and some flurries, we saw some flurries from time to time tracking through a central and northern maryland. a dramatically different weather picture around the mid-atlantic in 24 hours. the high temperature was before dawn. the residual of that air was still hanging around. most of the temperatures were around 35 or lower. we're dropping quick. we will go below that 30-degree reading before midnight to set a new low for the day. there is the normal. today we are going to see temperatures averaged out quite a bit below the normal for this time of year. 30 degrees. we're at the new low for the day. or tying below for the day. 36 in salisbury. 18 @ trost berk. only half the story because it has been a windy day. winds are gusting up to 25 miles an hour. the higher wind gusts down near the bay. you factor that into the cold and is a bundle up night ahead of us. the wind chill feels like it is down around 15 in baltimore and carroll counties. below zero wind chills out of oakland at this hour. clea
. 27 cleveland, 27 detroit. that front as it goes on through will generate rain and eventually a few snow showers. high temperature, 59. that's not a record or even close. 77 set back in 1949, but the average high is only 49. rain changing to snow across the northern suburbs leaving cecil county by about midnight tonight. overnight and into the morning, mostly cloudy skies with a sprinkle of rain on the coast. some of the colder areas and a few inches of snow. wind shifted to the northwest and 27-35 for the evening low. fox --it will not warmup much more than today. cloudy skies, breezy, a few flurries or snow showers with no additional accumulation. the front coming through will have another area as it's coming off the coast and that is for additional activity out over the ocean. this will pull in the showers, but the main precipitation is way off the coast. expect much cooler temperatures. a few inches tonight and tomorrow. flurres on sunday, high of 18. showers on the upper eastern shore. a flurry possible monday. rain and snow tomorrow afternoon. instaweather plus 7-day -- temp e
is bracing for a 20% pay cut. >> a lot of extras are going to go by the wayside. >> in cleveland, social security officers phones are ringing off the hook. >> 600 calls waiting in the queue. >> the office may close one day a week. from schools to restaurants that serve the military, americans are bracing for $85 billion in budget cuts one week from today. >> this is an artificial, unnecessary, self-inflicted crisis that should end today. >> airport screeners and air traffic controllers could be furloughed. president obama called mitch mcconnell thursday for the first time this year. the white house says republicans are spending more time criticizing than working on a solution. >> imagine if republicans would have the amount of effort into finding a solution as they have coming up with hashtags. >> another big question this afternoon, does the public really understand what is going on with the sequestered. a new poll says almost half of americans have barely heard anything about the budget cuts. >> let's take a look at what is going on locally. a piece of the big midwest storm is coming i
in the middle, say, cleveland, and settle this over a few boxes of wine. ♪ kay shiraz, shiraz, whatever will be, will be ♪ >> coming up -- >> marg helgenberger from "c.s.i.." marg wrote something along the lines of, like -- >> this is starting a little slow. >> start looking around.  >> closed captioning and other consideration for "tmz" provided by -- >> marg helgenberger, "c.s.i." >> do you want to clarify the comments you made a couple of months ago on twitter. >> apparently there was an author who tweeted that, sizable numbers of n.r.a. members become gun victims themselves, there will be hope of legislation for firearms and marg wrote something along the lines of -- >> this is starting slow. >> he gives up. you're done. >> you always do that. done. >> you're so embarrassed. >> you read that thing and start looking around. >> here's the thing. that was awful. >> i'm the most insecure person ever. >> what did she say? [applause] >> what did she say? [applause] >> you can do it!
-hour keep a close watch on that. big problems in the district. we have been overturned park, cleveland parkway closed. we are already seeing delays there. >> 4:53. at 35 degrees on this tuesday morning. >> coming up next, janet jackson shows she's good at keeping secrets. what she has revealed about a love life. >> what do you do when your child feels like they're born in the wrong body? >> on to that big dancing with the stars are reveale -we will- learned which celebrity will compete in the show's 16th season. >> we have learned the name of one contestant. jacoby jones will be there. in our 6:00 hour, hour cynne simpson will be joining us live from los angeles with a preview of the big retail -- reveal. >> janet jackson and her billionaire businessman beyonce work -- have been married since last year. the couple issued a statement saying that they tied the knot in a private and beautiful ceremony. the wedding gift to one another was contributions to their favorite children's charities. >> a belated congratulations. 4:57. 39 biggert -- 35 degrees. >> learn how congress plans to honor
. it will produce more significance know. cleveland is warmer than we are right now. tomorrow, even though the storm will be stronger and precipitation more a significant, it will be warmer and anticipating rain. it's beautiful finish for the weekend and milder temperatures. the clear skies lasting into the morning. on the day, gust of 20 knots. a couple of scattered flurries on sunday. generally light rain tonight into tomorrow before will clear up on sunday. all clear on the coast with high temperatures around 50. 46 tomorrow, 48 on sunday. the next former arriving tuesday with rain, sleet, and snow. >> from the susquehanna bank sports center, this is 11 sports. >> met burke had the reputation of a man who knew what to do and when to do it. he does what most pro athletes only dream about, like ray lewis, he goes out a super bowl champion. he believed to get a better chance to make it. made his announcement at an elementary school today. he may find that he misses a relatively relaxing day of only having to block offensive tackles instead of being at home with his six kids. >> that moment, it was l
damaging consequences east. >> yes. >> today the ice already sent a plane in cleveland sliding whoever the runway. slick snow covered roads are blamed for more than 100 car crashes during the minneapolis morning commute. minneapolis they are shoveling away. >> it's pretty heavy. like a thin sheet of ice. >> in louisiana and mississippi it wasn't the snow but reported tornadoes leaving damage, a possible twister in texas killed a woman. a storm that's already impacting more than a fifth of americans in already snow battered new england. while this storm this weekend will not be the blizzard we saw a couple weeks ago, it is a storm with the potential to produce more than a half foot of snow. >> we are scrolls over 48 -- just over 48 hours ago. >> the academy awards. >> and no snow on the red carpet. last-minute predictions. >> reporter: the red carpet is out and the golden statues have arrived as hollywood gets ready for the 358th annual -- 85th annual academy awards. "lincoln" leads the pack with best picture and best actor. but it's "argo" that's been gaining momentum. after sweeping s
. there is some warmer air behind the front. 37 in chicago. 46 degrees in cleveland. that little bit of warmer air will protect us from a major outbreak. behind this storm system, it is bitterly cold, and some of that will come in the middle of the week. tomorrow, a little snow, sleet, and freezing rain. after the storm leaves, the cold comes in. the snow continues in the western maryland mountains. it is going to be quite surely across the region as another shot of arctic air overrides. the forecast calls for cloudy skies and 42 degrees to 47 degrees. winds out of the south gustin 425 knots and waves of 3 feet. the seven-day calls for a wintry makes. -- mix. another makes friday into saturday. >> -- another mix friday into saturday. >> next is sports. >> the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> tonight's jackpot has an estimated annuity of $525,000. your numbers are 41-38-15-12-29 and 2. if no one matches all six numbers, the jackpot climbs to $550,000. next jackpot is thursday night, and for all the latest lottery news, visit >> the owes a relief pitcher says the orioles came off the scrap he
james should apologize to the citizens of cleveland for move together miami heavment it it took two months to declassify that. >> stephen: why are we not hearing about this trial? this is the trial of century, definite it will the war of century and this is the guy when started. >> these are the people accused in the worst crimes in the world. >> steve: what happens with gitmo from now on. 150, 160 guys you. is it stand out prison. are they there foamp now? >> the government has tried seven people in 11.5 years and even those convictions have mostly been reversed. so it looks like those people will stay and not be tried which is the real injustice. the victims of 9/11 zervet trials and real trials and beef never been able to pull it off. >> stephen: is it just going to turn into a terrorist retirement snoam. >> looks like -- >> stephen: it's a beautiful location. >> it is. thage ghanas are very nice d the iguanaas are very nice. >phphphphphphph>> stephen: welc, everybody. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] nation -- thank you. [cheers and applause] earlier this month john ke
to be reading -- i'm going to cleveland elementary this year and i think we are still looking for folks -- no? okay. i thought we were doing publicity. >> of course we will make exceptions for any of you. >> l i feel sorry for all the people missing out on the opportunity because it really is incredible and thank you for all the work you have done and all the folks that organize around this and i imagine we're going to continue to do it every year so thank you. >> ms. mendoza. >> i want to thank you you too. this is a fun reading opportunity for all of us. although i didn't formally register because i seldom do it for anything you can do like you did with me last year and sign up for the ed fund and place me where you need me. sometimes we have people that drop off at the last minute and schools that want more readers so please sign me up for that list, on call emergency list. >> absolutely. commissioner mendoza did it last year and we weren't able to staff a lot of people so they were excited to have her come and helped us save face a little bit. >> vice mayor fewer. >> yes, last year i
curry will be in the lne up. holmgren was most recently let go in cleveland and does have ties to raiders gm according to the sources holmgren actually visited one time cal and oakland raidder star namni osumwa cut or good by. could mike holmgren be joining the silver and bay super bowl champion coach mike holmgren may have interest in the raiders. the raiders are in talks with mike holmgren to join the silver and black in a leadership role this according to two sources holmgren was most recently let go in cleveland and does have ties to raiders gm reggie mckenzie going back to green bay according to the sources holmgren actually visited with the raiders to talk about what his role might look like one time cal and oakland raidder star namni osumwa appears headed for major pay cut or good by. asomugha eats alone. here's an odd story. reportedly eagles cornerback nnamdi asomugha was somewhat of an outcast on the team - and chose to eat alone, in his car during practices, rather than with his teammates. according to a former eagle player hollis thomas, asomugha said he needed some
in cleveland, ohio for providing such a beautiful back drop for our interview and i tweeted out inspiration on this sunday night and i think he delivered. and fire crews locked in a battle with a massive inferno, when did this happen? >> coming up, what may have been behind that explosion and what happened to those firefighters. and some of the world's biggest cats just chilling like villains and giving people like us a rare opportunity. ♪ what's new pussycat? ♪ what's new pussycat, whoa, whoa, whoa ♪ hi. hi. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. the verizon share everything plan for small business. get a shareable pool of data... got enough joshua trees? ... on up to 25 devices. so you can spend less time... yea, the golden barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. >> an explosion throws firefighters to the gro
in cleveland, nobody was hurt, but some westerns welcomed the snow. >> when you looked up this morning and saw the snow, what did you think? >> any moisture is great. >> reporter: george richardson's family has farmed this land in illinois since 1840. the persistent.that has participated half of the country cost him 50% of his corn crop last year. >> i think we would need many feet of snow and then a nice slow thaw so the moisture would sink into the ground. >>> a medical helicopter crashes in oklahoma city just 100 feet from a nursing home. medics are saying two of the three people onboard were killed. the three perm was pulled from the wreckage by nursing home workers. he is listed in critical conditions this morning. the flight team was traveling to pickup a patient. no one on the ground was seriously injured. >>> the search continues this morning for the gunman who pulled the trigger in a wild, deadly shootout on the las vegas strip. the gunfire led to this fiery accident involving a car and a taxicab. police quired the driver of the car as a
expenses in cleveland. i led an audit of city schools falling to 2007 shooting in which a 14 year old student who had been suspended for fighting, return to school, which had a security guard, shot to teachers and to students, and then took his own life. the findings in our report or start. what discipline was harsh and reactive, students and faculty felt unsafe. services were fragmented and driven adult desire, not by student need, and the conditions for learning were poor. city, school and teacher union leaders embrace our recommendations and implemented a strategic three tiered approach to improving conditions for learning and reducing physical problems and violence. here's some of the recommendations we made in 2008. free up the guidance counselors and school psychologists soviet more time to counsel students. train school administrators, teachers and security staff to use positive approaches to discipline rather than reactive and punitive were approaches. to develop student, and to develop student in social and emotional competence, and to better understand and communicate with s
for the state of the union will be a steelworker from cleveland from a company called arceler middle downtown cleveland. she has been a steelworker at that company for a number of years that plant, that mill in cleveland is the first time in world history where one person hour of labor produced one ton of steel. that had never happened before. so we have the most productive. we have some of the most productive workers in the world. it means we need to do something like the president's and my national network of the manufacturing innovation. the first one of those was located in youngstown a few months ago. we expect the president i hope tomorrow night to announce a series of them around the country. it's not the only part of a jobs agenda. it's infrastructure, it's better job training, it's working to in-source, if you will, some of the jobs that have gone offshore. senator levin from michigan has been a real leader in pointing out all the kind of tax breaks that the tax code has put -- included in the tax code over the years that give far too many incentives for companies to move offshore, n
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